1st Grade Math Practice
These are 1st Grade resources that can be used for math practice throughout the year. The websites that are iPad compatible are noted with an iPad icon. Click on a picture to get started!
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1st Grade Math Benchmark Practice
These are the specific skills that 1st Grade in the Grandview C4 district will be working on for the 2014  2015 school year. Each skill is linked to IXL practice problems in which your child will need an account. Please talk to your teacher for more information on IXL. There are also website activities and videos for more practice, the websites that are iPad compatible will be noted next to the website link. This website is subject to change and will be added to throughout the year, so keep checking back!
Benchmark 
Activities/Video Lessons 
IXL Practice

1.
I can write a number to represent a group of objects up to 20.

2. I can solve addition word problems by identifying and understanding the key words within 10 using objects, drawings, or number sentences.

3. I can label an addition equation as true or false.

4. I can identify if 2 addition number sentences are equal.


5. I can solve subtraction word problems by identifying and understanding the key words within 10 using objects, drawings, or number sentences.

6. I can label a subtraction equation as true or false.

7. I can identify if 2 subtraction number sentences are equal.

8. I can use the related facts strategy to solve addition problems.

9. I can use known strategies (doubles, doubles+1, 10's partners) to add two addends.

10. I can count on or back, to solve addition and subtraction problems.

11. I can solve addition problems within 20 using 3 addends.

12. I can solve addition word problems with 3 addends within 20 using drawings, objects, or number sentences.

13. I can use known strategies (doubles, number line, related facts) to subtract.

14. I can use the related facts strategy to solve addition and subtraction.

15. I can find the unknown number in an addition or subtraction number sentence. (ex. 8+__ = 11, 6+6=___, 105=__, 5=___3)

16. I can show that I know a ten is a bundle of ten ones.

17. I can express and represent how many tens and ones are in a number.

18. I can find 10 more and ten less than a given number without counting.

19. I can use symbols (>,=,<) to compare two digit numbers.

20. I can write a number to represent a group of objects up to 120.

21. I can add a 2digit number to a 2digit number by using strategies, models and place value rules to understand and explain doubledigit addition.

22. I can subtract a 2digit number from a 2digit number by using strategies, models and place value rules to understand and explain doubledigit subtraction.

23. I can create tally charts, pictographs, and bar graphs and interpret data by asking and answering questions.

24. I can solve addition word problems by identifying and understanding the key words within 20 using objects, drawing, or number sentences.

25. I can solve subtraction word problems by identifying and understanding the key words within 20 using objects, drawing, or number sentences.

26. I can order or compare the length of two or more objects.

Comparing Length Practice (iPad)

27. I can measure an object from end to end using a nonstandard unit of measurement.

28. I can tell and write time in hours using an analog and digital clock.

29. I can tell time and write time in halfhours using an analog and digital clock.

30. I can identify a shape based on its attributes.

31. I can identify the attributes of 2D shapes (sides, vertices, closed, not closed, color and size).

32. I can divide 2D shapes into equal parts to create smaller parts and describe the parts as halves, thirds, fourths/quarters.

33. I can create composite shapes using 2D and 3D shapes.

34. I can count coins and their values (penny, nickel, dime, quarter)

35. I can count coins of the same value up to 50 cents.

37. I can fluently subtract with 10.

38. I can count to 120, starting at any number less than 120.

39. I can read numbers to 120.

40. I can write numbers to 120.

Math Fluency Flash Games (Computer Only)
Great for fluency benchmarks
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